Quality Inn Takoma Park
How has this hotel rated in the past?
Photos of Quality Inn Takoma Park
Travelers also recommend:
TripAdvisor Reviews Quality Inn Takoma Park
Travel Blogs from Takoma Park
... land on the moon and the have the actual vehicles that were involved. The Wright flyer that was built by Orville & Wilbur is on display and they documented their achievement by taking photos of their first flight over the sand dunes of Kitty Hawk. The holocaust museum was the last stop for the day. We probably did not do it justice as when we got there we only had 1 hour so we headed to the top floor and made our way down albeit with a tight time schedule. The thing I was ...
... what we can do, but if we can help, your appointment will be free." WHAT?! (begin eyes brimming with tears because I'm stressed, mildly hungover, over-tired and need to leave for a wedding in 30 minutes and still haven't done my makeup). I immediately start Yelping for nearby salons (none). Pit in stomach grows to size of a watermelon.
Well, they did find someone to do my hair for me. The shampoo-ist. You know, the lady who washes your hair ...
... Both of these memorials were impressive in scale and appearance. We had our lunch on the steps of the Jefferson memorial facing out to the city where you could see the Lincoln memorial, the capital building and the white house; this really is one of the best things about travelling the awesome little spots to sit and relax at taking in the views.
Our final stop of the day was the Arlington cemetery (we had quite a long walk here ...
... their bread from the sweat of other men's faces, but let us judge not, that we be not judged. The prayers of both could not be answered. That of neither has been answered fully. The Almighty has His own purposes."
Out front was a lit stand and it was nice to chat to Spencer while Helen spoke with the two sisters. They were usually in the middle with two lit carts but today respectfully withdrew a little distance as there was a US ...
... Address and had coincidentally just heard the Declaration of Independence read out before I saw the similar sentiments in the Address.
I wandered back via the White House before ducking in to the E street cinema for Ralph Fiennes' joy-filled comedic turn in the Grand Budapest Hotel. Wonderful.
This week's cinema: Inside Llewyn Davis-bleak. See it.
Grand Budapest Hotel-joyful. See it
Reading: Terry Pratchett, The Wee Free ...